directed by Oliver Stone. USA, 1987, 126 min. - Italian versionNew York in the 'eighties was the battleground of the "unacceptable face of capitalism", a world at which Oliver Stone points a stern finger of accusation as he takes the lid off an unscrupulous system and its thirst for power, personified by Michael Douglas in an outstanding performance that was to win him an Oscar.
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